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Presented By: Rebecca Blake.
Originally aired in June, 2014.
See the projects of four experienced illustrators, showing a range of project types. There is a follow up with our illustrators discussing how they estimate new assignments, manage their client’s expectations, and follow through to successfully close a project.
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Do you feel like you’re rolling the dice every time you bid on a new illustration project? This workshop is designed to help you learn what other working illustrators are charging, and how you can defend your pricing decisions. We present projects from each of four experienced illustrators, showing a range of project types. Followed by a discussion with our illustrators on how they estimate on new assignments, manage their client’s expectations, and follow through to successfully close a project.
Joined by Illustrators; Marty Blake, Cedric Hohnstadt, Mark Monlux and Ed Shems.
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